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The number of trademark applications filed at the UK Intellectual Property Office last year was nearly triple the total filed in 1995, new statistics show.
The Delhi High Court sided with electronics company Philips late last week in finding that its standard-essential patent had been infringed by India manufacturers.
The UK government yesterday published its latest White Paper on Brexit, but the document leaves several IP questions unanswered, according to lawyers.
The English High Court has held that a standard-essential patent owned by technology company Philips is invalid, two months after it upheld the validity of another related SEP in the same dispute.
Telecommunications company BT has accused cybersecurity software developer Fortinet of infringing five patents relating to network security.
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has strengthened its patent litigation team with the addition of a Merchant & Gould partner.
The Turkish Patent and Trademark Office reportedly ceased to exist on Monday, according to some practitioners, but others said the recent developments had been misunderstood.
The US has announced it will impose additional tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports as a trade war between the countries rages on.
IP firm Marks & Clerk has promoted four lawyers to partner across its UK network.
The growth rate of patenting activity in the green energy field is falling, according to the World Intellectual Property Organization’s innovation index, published today.
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